The Wall Street Journal’s latest forecasting survey shows most economists oppose another round of stimulus (43 against, 8 for), despite forecasts for lingering double-digit unemployment until at least June 2010. WSJ’s Phil Izzo and Kelsey Hubbard discuss.

7/9/2009

Category: Economy, Video

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One Response to “WSJ: Economists Say No to a Second Stimulus”

  1. me says:

    Not to be overlooked, Rosenberg, Roubini, and Shiller say more stimulus.